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Baby Izzy is getting her 2nd Nobivac jag tomorrow. My vet says she can go out 2 weeks from then, Gorgeous George is allowed out after 5 days (also Nobivac). I know "experts" have differing opinions, I have a good relationship with my vet already and I would like to discuss it with him, armed with more information. Can anyone help? :confused:
 

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My vet says one week after Nobivac. I have a feeling it used to be 2 weeks but no idea why, where or how! Quite a few people on this forum have been told 1 week I think. However, good relationships with vets are essential!! Good luck!

Karen x
 

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I've been googling it, I found some information relating to how long it's advised to wait before boarding dogs at kennels after vaccination, I think it's to do with incubation of diseases, which seems to be 10-14 days, so I'm assuming the rationale is in case you meet an unvaccinated dog who is incubating. JD's vet, on their thread before, said at 10 weeks it was 92% effective which sounds pretty good to me, the extra week is precautionary, is 2 weeks rather than 1 going to make it 100%? I'm not sure. Ho hum, I'll see what my vet says, he's a good guy :)
 

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Hi Ali...

With Oakley and Eevee I was advised different lengths of time before walking them after their second jab.. I personally just go with what the vets says ... but I thought the length of time was dependant on the type of vaccination given i.e. manufacture and the age of the dog, as Eevee was young having her second jab... and different vets advise different.. all a bit confusing .. but I just go with the flow .. and flowing instructions for the sake of one week ...

I think Oakley was 1 week ... and Eevee was 2 weeks before going out :S
 

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Didn't see usual vet - this one said a week :D So, even in same practice the advice differs :confused:
Izzy was fine, didn't cry :) I carried her there and back as it's very near home - she was all excited when we were nearly home, I think she knows where we live :)
 

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Hi Ali .. same for me .. same practice.. different dog .. different vet ... different advise????

Izzy is looking wonderful by the way ... it is sometimes quite hard for me to look at the Blonde Parti girls .. as you can image ... I don't think I could ever have another one with a Blonde Parti coat ... Izzy is soooo lovely

I soooooo need another puppy here :) :) keep me busy ...
 

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it is sometimes quite hard for me to look at the Blonde Parti girls .. as you can image ...
Yes, I can imagine, when I got Caspian (my siamese) I couldn't have one with the same point colour as my previous cats.

I hope the pain will ease with time, and you can look back at the wonderful weeks you had and enjoy the happy memories :hug:
 

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Do you think I am crazy?

I would like 4 Cockapoo’s in total ... and I would like to breed too...

I think I would like one more girl for sure ... I have been searching ... but when it is meant to be it will be I guess...

Maybe I should put my Wish List and see if any breeders can help me :)

I am not saying if I did have puppies that I wouldn't keep one ... that would be so tempting :) :) I am sure my Honey's babies would be amazing ....
 
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